Membri

Al Centro possono aderire, previa domanda da presentare al Presidente del Centro:

  • I professori ed ricercatori dell’Università degli Studi di Napoli, "L’Orientale", anche se cessati dal servizio da non più di 5 anni.
  • Professori e ricercatori di altre Università italiane e straniere.
  • Titolari di contratti di insegnamento presso l’Università degli Studi di Napoli, "L’Orientale" per la durata del contratto.
  • Dottori di ricerca di ricerca che abbiano conseguito il titolo presso l’Università degli Studi di Napoli, "L’Orientale".
  • Assegnisti di ricerca presso l’Università degli Studi di Napoli, "L’Orientale".
  • Soggetti appartenenti agli Enti che concorrono alla costituzione del Centro.

Presidente: Prof.ssa Silvana Carotenuto
Vice-Presidente: Prof.ssa Mara De Chiara

Comitato Scientifico: Prof.ssa Marta Cariello; Prof.re Miguel Mellino; Prof.ssa Tiziana Terranova
Rappresentante Ricercatori: Dott.ssa Stamatia Portanova
Rappresentante PhD: Dott.ssa Antonina Ferrante.

Membri onorari: Prof.ssa Lidia Curti; Prof.ssa Marina Vitale

Segretaria e co-responsabile attività: Dott.ssa Annalisa Piccirillo

Bio Comitato Scientifico

Members

Alessandro Buffa
Ph.D. State University of New York, Stony Brook (2014) 
Postdoctoral Research Fellow in English, UNIOR
Research fields: The Blues Aesthetic; Radical Race Feminism; Critical and Global American Studies; Alternative Archives; Popular Culture; Sound, Literature and Film.

 

Iain Chambers
Has taught Cultural, Postcolonial and Mediterranean Studies at the University of Naples, “L’Orientale”. He is author of Border dialogues. Journeys in postmodernity (1990), Migrancy, culture, identity (1994), Culture after humanism (2001), and more recently Mediterranean Crossings. The Politics of an Interrupted Modernity (2008), Mediterraneo Blues. Musiche, malinconia postcoloniale, pensieri marittimi (2012), Postcolonial Interruptions, Unauthorised Modernities (2017) Location, borders and beyond (2018), and, with Marta Cariello, La questione mediterranea(2019). Iain is on the editorial boards of Ágalma, Annali di Cà Foscari - Serie Occidentale, Archivio Antropologico Mediterraneo. Cultural Studies, Historia Magistrale, Journal of Mediterranean Studies, New Formations, Parol, Pólemos, Postcolonial Directions in Education, Postcolonial Studies, Sinestesieonline, Studi Culturali, Third Text, Translation, Transtext(e)s Transcultures ??????. He blogs at: https://mediterranean-blues.blog

 

Alessandra Cianelli
Graduated at the Academy of Fine Arts (Naples) and in Philosophy at the UNIOR. Former stage and set designer. Her artistic research focuses on the lack and/or removal of memory at the level of both individual awareness and of unconscious perceptions, and on its reverberations on wider socio-economic dynamics and cultural practices. She is a yoga and Indian philosophy teacher. She is author of the research project Il Paese delle Terre d’Oltremare (2012-2018); founder of Dormire Fondazione
Recent exhibitions: MAR-Museo d’Arte Città di Ravenna, HARVEST 2017 ALPSCULTURE (Udine);Documenta14/Radio (2017)
http://www.alessandracianelli.com
https://ilpaesedelleterredoltremare.wordpress.com/
https://dormirefondazione.wordpress.com/benvenuto

 

Beatrice Ferrrara
Ph.D. in Cultural and Postcolonial Studies, UNIOR
Research interests: Techno-cultures, Sound in a transcultural perspective.

 

Melanye Garland
Visual artist and architectural restorer, a former student of the University of Chile, and Master in restoration & conservation in Palazzo Spinelli, Florence Italy. Currently, she is enrolled in a PhD. in Art & anthropology of migration at the Humboldt University of Berlin / Institut für Europäische Ethnologie (PhD supervisor  Prof. Dr. Regina Römhild).

In her ongoing Ph.D. research, she is interested in the process of rethinking colonization and decolonization concepts in the frame of postcolonial studies. Find out more at: https://www.euroethno.hu-berlin.de/de/institut/personen/roemhild/abstract-garland-melanye
www.melaniegarland.com

 

Dario Giugliano 
Prof. of Aesthetics, Academy of Fine Arts, Naples
Corresponding Member of The Academy of Moral and Political Sciences,
National Society of Science, Literature and Arts, Naples 
Editor of the Journal “estetica. studi e ricerche” 

 

Giulia Grechi 
PhD in “Theory and social research”, University La Sapienza (Rome, Italy). She has the ASN (Abilitazione Scientifica Nazionale) as Associate Professor in the field of Scienze Demoetnoantropologiche.
Professor of Cultural Anthropology at the Fine Arts School of Naples. She is also professor of Sociology of Cultural Processesat IED-Istituto Europeo di Design in Rome.
Research interests: cultural and post-colonial studies, migrations, museology, with a focus on representations of the body and on “italianity”, and how contemporary art practices can discuss and re-shape these complex imaginaries. 
Co-director (with Viviana Gravano and Anna Chiara Cimoli) of the on-line journal roots§routes – research on visual culture.
www.routesagency.com
https://accademiadinapoli.academia.edu/GiuliaGrechi

 

Celeste Ianniciello
Ph.D. in Cultural and Postcolonial Studies, UNIOR.
Research fields: cultural, postcolonial, and gender studies, visual culture studies, migration and cultural memory, postcolonial and feminist art, the ethic and aesthetic of borders and border-crossings in the Mediterranean region.
Researcher of the project MeLa* 
http://www.mela-project.polimi.it   
Researcher and curator of the project: Il Matriarchivio del Mediterraneo. Grafie e Materie 
www.matriarchiviomediterraneo.org  
Coordinator in the AHRC project, Responding to Crisis: Humanities and Forced Migrations in the 21st Century (Keel University) 
https://respondingtocrisis.wordpress.com 
Co-editor of the volumes: The Postcolonial Museum: The Arts of Memory and the Pressures of History (Routledge 2014); Memorie transculturali. Estetica contemporanea e critica postcoloniale (UNIOR Press 2016). 
Her last book is: Migrations, Arts and Postcoloniality in the Mediterranean (Routledge 2018).

 

Francesco Marchi 
PhD student in International Studies, UNIOR.
His research interests mainly focus on postcolonial studies, with particular attention to the relation between race, the capitalist system and the migratory experience. He is the editor of
 045 publishing and member of malorarivista

 

Eleonora Meo 
Ph.D. in International Studies, UNIOR
Independent Researcher; co-founder and member of the research collective “Deco[K]now. Decolonizing Knowledge”.
Research fields: Visual culture; Cultural studies; Gender and postcolonial studies
 https://www.linkedin.com/in/eleonora-meo-b37b4044/ 
https://unior.academia.eu/EleonoraMeo
http://www.decoknow.net/

 

Annalisa Piccirillo
Ph.D. in Cultural and Postcolonial Studies, UNIOR
W/S 2016 F. Holderlin Guest Professor, Goethe Universitat, Frankfurt (Germany)
Research fields: Choreography and Corporeality, Dance and Performance based practices; Gender Studies, Archival Studies, Mediterranean Studies. 
Post.Doc Research Fellow, project: “Archives of Difference: the Archeological and Architectual Performance of the Mediterranean” (UNIOR 2018-2021)
Lecturer of Dance History (UNISA); 
Co-curator of the project: M.A.M – Matri-Archive of the Mediterranean.
www.matriarchiviomediterraneo.org
https://independent.academia.edu/AnnalisaPiccirillo

 

Michaela Quadraro
Ph.D. in Cultural and Postcolonial Studies, UNIOR
Research fields: Sociology, Cultural Studies, Postcolonialism, Visual Culture, Memory Studies, Gender Studies, Diaspora and Migration Studies, Museum and Heritage Studies. 
 

 

Viola Sarnelli
Ph.D. in Cultural and Postcolonial Studies, UNIOR
Honorary Research Fellow University of Aberdeen
Research fields: Media and Cultural Studies, News Media, Identity Studies.
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Viola_Sarnelli 

 

Olga Solombrino
Ph.D. in Cultural and Postcolonial Studies, UNIOR (2016)
Research fields: Palestine and the Postcolonial, Arab Cultural Studies, Culture and Communication in the Middle East, Arab digital archives
o.solombrino@gmail.com 
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-2851-6354